The new Student Services Building will be able to accommodate up to 4,000 students and is designed for maximal flexibility as the campus continues to grow.
The California State University, including a CSUSB delegation led by university President Tomás D. Morales, is meeting virtually this week with state legislators to discuss issues affecting the 23-campus university.
The push for legislative support is a result of Gov. Jerry Brown’s 2017-18 budget proposal released in January that allocated less than half of the additional $324.9 million in state funding the CSU system.
The free talk, presented by the University Diversity Committee and the John M. Pfau Library, will take place at noon Thursday in the Physical Sciences building, room PS-10.
Brian Levin, CSUSB professor of criminal justice and director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, testified on Aug. 30 before a California state Legislature joint committee that later approved a statewide hate crime
Christina Villegas (political science) is interviewed about Assemblywoman Eloise Gomez Reyes’ legislative appointment, and Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the rise in hate incidents against religious minorities.
The Prison Arts Collective CSUSB and the Hope and Redemption Team of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition were recognized on Jan. 22 by state Sen. Jim Beall for a PAC exhibition on display at the state Capitol in Sacramento.
The 11 Cal State San Bernardino students attended the annual California Higher Education Student Summit in Sacramento held by the Cal State Student Association.
Students from Cal State San Bernardino’s School of Social Work were among the thousands of university students from throughout the state to gather in Sacramento recently to learn about legislation that affects social workers and their clients.